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  • - Ed Carpet interviews with: Jose Salgot of 'My Way', Christy Zwicke and Tony Ruggieri of 'In Plain Sight: Public Art in Santa Barbara', Norbert Caoili and Kellee Bradley of 'Frayed', and Dennis Fallon of 'All Roads Lead Home'.

    Edhat Santa Barbara

  • More Heard on the Street: Investor Nerves Likely to Remain Frayed Analysts said the reinstatement of Mr. Horta Osório, while broadly positive, won't immediately alleviate concerns about management quality at the bank.

    Lloyds Says Horta-Osório to Return to CEO Post

  • In an accretion of dead-on telling moments, and in vignettes with mundane titles such as “Guest Towels,” “Frayed Cuffs,” and “Pineapple Bread,” Connell reveals a woman who scrupulously adheres to the decent yet shallow values she was taught: nice manners, a pleasant disposition, and cleanliness.

    Quiet Desperation

  • Exile on Main St is so emphatically stamped with Keith Richards's rock'n'roll signature that it could just as easily have been called "Torn and Frayed" after one of the two gloriously ragged songs that he wrote the lyrics for.

    The Stones and the true story of Exile on Main St

  •   Frayed ambiance in my dumb Hawaii shirt, sitting quietly next to a bright, new garbage can filled with white sand.

    MOTHS

  • Frayed khaki pants, a green shirt missing a button, mismatched socks and a safari jacket.

    Which Clothes Make the Man?

  • Frayed "Vince Gray" and "I Voted" stickers spruced up his dress shirt.

    Fenty headquarters empty; Gray supporter jubilant

  • Frayed fabric on the cuff of his jeans trembled, and I remember thinking how strange it was that something, anything, on a dead man would move.

    Land of Our Fathers

  • A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) - Frayed Southern belle Blanche DuBois (Vivien Leigh) arrives in a seedy quarter of New Orleans, where she's arranged to stay with her pregnant sister Stella (Kim Hunter) and coarse, hulking brother-in-law Stanley Kowalski (Brando).

    John Farr: On His Birthday, Taking The Measure Of Brando

  • Frayed electrical wires and ungrounded two-prong outlets are also problems in older homes.

    10 Questions for . . . Peter M. Christopher, Home Inspector

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